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displaying a read-only form from a jquery jqgrid

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jqgrid allows one to launch a form from a jqgrid to edit a row but I don't see how it can launch a read-only form that would be used to display the row data plus other details in form.

Does anyone out there have any ideas/experience doing this?
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http://www.secondpersonplural.ca/jqgriddocs/index.htm
jqGrid > Basic Grids > Properties > cellEdit = true|false

jqGrid > Basic Grids > Properties > cellEdit = true|false
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